I watched three girls make out at an all-exclusive sexually charged event. And yes, I would watch it again.
Do women’s rights include the right to commit suicide? All of us concerned with the welfare of American women must answer no. We may hold different opinions on methods and ultimate goals, but we can all agree on one point: the movement must continue and it must flourish. However, if the fate of the Equal Rights Amendment in two Eastern states is any indication, the women’s movement is strangling itself with the rope of its own rhetoric. The November defeat of the amendment in New York and New Jersey will not be any more responsible for the death of the women’s rights than the smear tactics of its opponents were responsible for the negative votes. At most, these are contributing factors. If the women’s rights movement for equality dies, it will be a result of the leadership’s elitism and the consequent failure to concentrate on issues that are relevant to most women.
“Our mission is protest! Our weapons are bare breasts!” The first thing you’re going to notice about a FEMEN protest is naked bodies, covered in slogans painted on skin and crowns of flowers in their hair. Breasts are the marker of the movement. Women taking off their shirts and showing their breasts is good press for FEMEN, the now-French based international women’s movement intent on improving women’s rights.